LibriVox volunteers bring you 10 recordings of Erie Waters by E. Pauline Johnson.
This was the Weekly Poetry project for August 21, 2016.
Read in English by annanneass; Bruce Kachuk; David Lawrence; fshort; Ian King; Lee Ann Howlett; Oxygen; Maria Kasper; Matthew Datcher; Tomas Peter
"Her death is not only a great loss to those who knew and loved her: it is a great loss to Canadian literature and to the Canadian nation. I must think that she will hold a memorable place among poets in virtue of her descent and also in virtue of the work she has left behind, small as the quantity of that work is. I believe that Canada will, in future times, cherish her memory more and more, for of all Canadian poets she was the most distinctly a daughter of the soil, inasmuch as she inherited the blood of the great primeval race now so rapidly vanishing, and of the greater race that has supplanted it." (Theodore Watts-Dunton, from the Introduction to Flint and Feather)
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